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Great Masons, just hit rotation.
Subject: wish there was more
wish there were more tunes here, what is here is good though. masons children is probably the best ive heard it...nice work by jerry in dancing, such a different tune in the early days. cold rain and snow good too
Subject: Now I get Mason's Children
This is the first time I've heard a coherent version of MS - I'd written it off since first hearing it many years ago.
Most of the songs are played with amazing intensity (Black Peter would get dynamically better with age) - especialy Cumberland Blues. TC's noodling is kind of nice on CB and the feel on the WMD songs is more '69 than '70 alt country.
Subject: Monster Mason's
What a clean clean recording, the cleanest Mason's I've found.
The show is Island friendly, what a tough life these guys had.-lol
Four Winds -
Subject: A tropical breeze
Subject: Sweet head music
This is without a doubt a classic! Sweet sound qaulity and excellent setlist. Highly reccomend this one! Cumberland Blues caught my attention.
This show is absolutely amazing. This is what I wanted to hear. January 1970 in Hawaii? Wow.
capn doubledose -
Subject: Where is everyone?
Show is awesome at the peak of Pig power.
Subject: Short and sweet
Great pigpen finale - this dancin is rockin....
Subject: An Overlooked Gem
A Nice Show (and short download).
Show has a nice mellow flow to it.
Me and My Uncle is played differently than
I've heard it before (just a bit slower) and
I like this version better. You can tell the
crowd dug what they heard. Sound quality is
awesome given that we're talking 1970.
Pigpen does a great King Bee. Pigpen
adds that element of coolness that just rounds
out a show. Some people say that Jerry and
Pigpen are dead, I say they are not- They live
on in the music they left behind. Thank you
archive, my CD collection grew by about 1000%.